All student schedules have been published and are available on our website. Students can access schedules by following the below instructions.
1) Login to the Kents Hill website
2) Click “My Day”
3) Click “Progress” or “Schedule”
4) If you select Progress
, the website will show all courses with a block. Click “1st Semester” or “2nd Semester.” Classes will show in the format of course name: block/period.
5) If you select Schedule
, follow up by clicking Month and then hit the right arrow until you reach September. Parents and guardians can access schedules by logging in to the Kents Hill website, clicking on your child's name, and scrolling down until you see "Courses."
Note: if you have trouble accessing your schedule, please contact our IT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
. A school representative will get back to you within one business day.
The Academic Team worked very hard to craft schedules that would challenge students, allow them to pursue their interests, and enable them to graduate on time. However, these schedules are not set in stone! Between Monday, September 9 and Monday, September 16, we will hold the first of two “add/drop” weeks.
(The second will take place in the middle of January when we begin our second semester.) During each add/drop week, students have the option of meeting with Dr. Benjamin Priest (Dean of Academics), Dr. Wilson Onu (Associate Dean of Academics), or Ms. Tammy Birtwell (Registrar) to discuss their schedules and advocate for reasonable changes. Although logistical constraints prevent us from honoring every request, we will do our best to make sure that all students have schedules that satisfy their academic requirements and, whenever possible, reflect their interests and ambitions.
Students taking Advanced Placement courses are required to sit for the AP exam in April or May 2020. The CollegeBoard assesses a fee of $94 per exam, which is billed to the student at the start of the academic year. If you have questions or concerns about AP course fees, contact Dr. Wilson Onu, Associate Dean of Academics, at email@example.com
A few of our Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual-Enrollment teachers have also assigned a minimal amount of summer homework, which must be completed before students return to school in September.
We have included these assignments below. Feel free to direct any questions about summer homework to Dr. Benjamin Priest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Homework for Selected Honors, AP, and Dual-Enrollment Courses*
Honors Algebra 2: Complete the Khan Academy assignment that Mr. Mike Hannon and Ms. Diane Chick outline here.
AP Literature and Composition: Read Ayn Rand’s novel The Fountainhead.
AP Studio Art: 2D: Complete these assignments. 1) Keep a sketchbook and fill up 20 pages with sketches, notes, ideas, and pictures. 2) Create four finished works of excellent quality. The finished works can be portraits, landscapes, or still life pieces. Any medium you wish, any size you wish.
*You should only do these assignments if you are enrolled in these classes!